If you know your way around a Nintendo 64, you’ll know the base of the console can be connected to peripherals such as the 64DD. If you never got your hands on this hardware, it means you’ve probably never attached your legendary 64-bit system to anything in the past.
Well, soon you might finally have a reason to lift up the underside of the system. Introducing the 64Mate - described as a “new add-on” for your Nintendo 64, acting as a storage compartment.
The device connects to the base of the console and can house your video upscalers, capture devices and games. A Kickstarter for the attachment will be “launching soon” although the creators previously stated it will be able to be mass produced thanks to 3D printing and is being made publicly available for further community development.
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